Top 5 Reasons to Attend

Top 5 Reasons to Register

  1. Outstanding networking opportunities – meet with other teachers and learn how they’re tackling the challenges of economics and financial literacy education for K–12 students.
     
  2. Conference sessions and workshops (more than 100 to choose from) provide actionable tactics that will help drive financial literacy in the classroom including:
    • Teach Economics and STEM Concepts through Children’s Literature
    • Using the National Standards to Connect Economics Across the Curriculum
    • Economics in Literature – A Common Core Application
    • Using Technology to Bridge Concepts Across Economic Curriculum
  3. Gain valuable perspective from our impressive roster of guest speakers including:
    • Professor Alan B. Krueger, Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University and former Chairman of President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers
    • Richard W. Fisher, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
    • Sharon Epperson, CNBC Senior Energy Correspondent & Personal Finance Correspondent
  4. Get certificates of completion that may be applied toward CEU requirements.
     
  5. Affordable registration fee includes all conference sessions, the Friday evening Reception, the Awards Dinner, the Teachers’ Breakfast, and the Teachers’ Recognition Luncheon.

Who Should Attend

  • K–12 teachers in Social Studies, Economics, Personal Finance, Mathematics, Family and Consumer Sciences, Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Teachers currently (or, who will soon be) incorporating economic or financial literacy education in the classroom
  • Curriculum Developers, Superintendents, Principals and Assistant Principals
  • Educators working in the fields of financial literacy and/or economic education

Get Your District on Board

We know you get it: You’ll learn things and make connections at CEE’s National Conference that will make you a more effective economics and financial literacy educator. But, convincing your district may be challenging. So we’ve prepared this memo to help you.

Resources

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